Speech Title: Specifications for STOKIS – Official Topographic and Cartographic Information Ssystem of the Republic of Croatia
Speech Abstract: The first part of the STOKIS project refers to the development of product specifications that are the result of the STOKIS project, namely TK25 (Topographic Map 1:25 000), TK50, TK100 and TK250. The project started on October 21, 2019 and lasted until the end of June 2020. To begin with, it should be noted that data (which can still be used in specifications to establish the STOKIS system) were previously collected in CAD format for each sheet separately. The basic source of all topographic-cartographic data and products are photogrammetric mapping data (restitution data) and other originals. These data are topologically processed, classified according to the CROTIS data model, and finally stored in the TTB. Topographic data for individual topographic databases (TBP) of smaller scales are performed by performing model generalization, in such a way that for each subsequent TB of smaller scales, model generalization from previously established TB of larger scales is performed. The purpose of the Product Specification is to ensure the appropriate quality to produce topographic data (TP) mapped from in this case our TTB (Basic Topographic Database) but also from other originals. A comprehensive document describing the quality elements as well as the tolerances described in this specification are the basis for quality control. The product specification describes the technical characteristics of the topographic data, and how this data should be collected and processed. In addition to the technical characteristics, this document also describes the content and format for data delivery. The product specification should also reflect the requirements for the use of topographic data. User needs will be the basis for future development and changes in product specifications are focused primarily on user needs (and their changes in use reflected in the product) more efficient methods / processes in production (new technology) and according to international and OGC standards, DIGEST standards Everything serves to make these products easier to read, more up-to-date and more usable in practical application.
Biography: Robert Župan is associate professor at University of Zagreb, Faculty of Geodesy . Majoring in Photogrammetry and Cartography. In 1999 he started working in the Department of Cartography at the Faculty of Geodesy, where he worked as a research novice / assistant. His main areas of interest are topographic cartography, cartographic visualization, thematic cartography and internet maps. In 2003, he received my master's degree from the Faculty of Geodesy with the topic Military topographic map at a scale of 1:25 000. In 2005, he enrolled in doctoral studies. In 2008, he received my PhD from the Faculty of Geodesy with the topic Possibilities of geovisualization with a PDA device in tourist cartography. In the period 2013-2017. He participated the course Web mapping at the postgraduate specialist study at the Faculty of Geodesy and the course Geovisualization of forest ecosystems based on interdisciplinary analysis of images obtained by remote sensing at the doctoral study. He has published many papers and maps independently and in co-authorship, he has been the direct supervisor of many diploma theses in the field of cartography and geoinformation, and participated in number international and domestic conferences. He’s a member of the Croatian Geodetic Society, the Croatian Cartographic Society and the International Cartographic Society (ICA). He’s a member of the Supervisory Board of the Croatian Cartographic Society. From 2009/2010. to 2014/2015 he was the head of the Department of Cartography at the Faculty of Geodesy, and since 2012 the deputy editor-in-chief of the scientific journal Geodetski list. He has been the Vice Dean for Finance and Business of the Faculty of Geodesy since 2015. He actively use English. He was the research leader of a number of scientific projects.
Speech Title: Energy Saving in High Inertia Building by Night Natural Ventilation in Hot Arid Climates
Speech Abstract: The thermal comfort and air quality inside buildings spaces is much recommended in Nowadays for human’s health and environment protection, especially if the inside comfort conditions are assured by passive systems means. In hot dry climate such Laghouat city in the south of Algeria, the first consideration in architecture design is given to the building envelope referring to the vernacular architecture in the region. The buildings with high thermal inertia envelope ensure the inside thermal comfort while it is properly closed during day time when the outside air temperature is very high, in hot dry region the night outside air temperature varies between 15 to 20°C, the night natural ventilation through windows properly oriented and dimensioned can lower the inside air temperature during night and evacuate the polluted inside air. The low inside temperature during night leads to a low inside temperature during day time, which has a good effect on energy saving during summer period where air conditioning is needed for more than seven months per year in this region. The present paper aim was to examine the impact of night natural ventilations in high thermal inertia buildings on energy saving, firstly a field work was carried out by measurements of inside air temperatures in two identical rooms of an old hotel called Marhaba with high thermal inertia envelope built with local materials. In first room the night natural ventilation allowed when the outside temperature was lower than the inside one by opening windows and the other room was closed around the clock. Secondly a numerical simulation was carried out to evaluate the field measurements results to choose the accurate software for further simulations in order to find the appropriate windows orientation, dimensions and positions can give the high energy saving performances in buildings with high thermal inertia envelope in hot dry climate.
Biography: Hamida Bencheikh is Professor of Architecture at Amar Telidji University, Laghouat Algeria and research team leader of Bioclimatic and transfer phenomenon in the Civil Engineering laboratory. 1984 Received a state architect diploma from Constantine University Algeria, 1987 MPhil form Bath University UK, subject of thesis Passive solar heating and cooling, 2004 PhD from Constantine University Algeria, and subject of thesis Passive cooling system in hot dry climate. Teaches architectural design studios, architectural research, environment, graduation and postgraduate projects and behavior in architecture and architectural professional practice. Research interests include: New high thermal renewable building materials for old building restoration. Atrium in desert building for Inside façade. Outside places thermal comfort in desert regions Methods and techniques used in laboratory test, outside site measurements small scale models and numerical simulations. Sustainable architecture. Served as a scientific referee for many scientific conferences and journals. Attended and presented papers in several international and regional conferences. Practiced as a professional architect and consultant in Algeria
Biography: Prof. Ahmet H. Ertas now is working Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bursa Technical University. In 1993-1997, he received the Bachelor's degree at Ataturk University, Erzurum, Turkey. In 2001-2004, he received the Master’s degree at Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey. And he also received his Doctor’s degree at this University. From 2009 to 2011, he finished his post-doctoral studies at Mechanical Engineering Department-Biomedical Engineering, Division, Ohio University, USA. He worked as the assistant professor in Karabuk University from 12/2009 to 04/2015. In 05/2019, he worked as the associate professor at Bursa Technical University, Turkey. He has received many Academic Support Awards during his period of study. He has published many papers independently and in co-authorship.